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The Catholic bulletin. [volume] (St. Paul, Minn.) 1911-1995, January 27, 1917, Image 13

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FEB.
4th
SI. PAUL
Ageat's Balances
METROPOLITAN SJ™
Reserve for Unearned Premiums
Unadjusted Losses
iReserve for Taxes
S A U S E A I N E A E
In their latest
and greatest
Success
THE MESSRS SHUBERT, PRESENT
TbeBlueParadise
The Musical Comedv Success of the Year
CHARLES DILLINGHAM PRESENTS
O N O E Y S O N E
"Chin Chin"
Chute Insurance Agency
East Hennepin and University Aves.
Chute Realty Company
LOYAL BRAND SHIRTS
Winer Brand Overalls
UNION MADE
Made by the professions most expert designers
and operators, in strictly sanitary work rooms.
THE ONLY MAKERS OF UNION-MADE SHIRTS IN THE NORTHWEST
S I O N & O I N E
ST. PAUL, MINN.
mwhmm
WE LEAD.'
Nothing in Hardwood
Flooring Line Ml
Also our Mill Work and Lumber is unsur
passed. Let us estimate your bills.
Send us your orders for ONE PIECE OR A
BUILDING BILL
WE CAN SAVE YOU MONEY
OSGOOD & BLODGETT MFG. COMPANY
Bomont 570 Tri-State 77339 ST. PAUL, MINN.
A. W. PERRY, Secretary R. N. MARTIN, Asst. Secy.
H. S. GREEN, Asst. Secy. J. R. MOORE, Asst. Secy.
J. C. McKOWN, Asst. Secy. A. E. KREBS, Auditor
F. R. BIGELOW, President
52nd ANNUAL STATEMENT
December 31st, 1916
FIRE
MIO MARINE INSURANCE CO.
ST. PAUL, MINNESOTA
ASSETS
Bonds at Market Value Dec. 31st 9 8,053,703.93
^Stocks at Market Valne Dec. 31st 270,960.00
iReal Estate (Home Office Building, *215,107.96) 227.716.04
.1 ortsince Loans
1,435,563.34
jCasli and Bank Deposits
797,518.49
Dae from Re-insurance Companies, Notes, etc 81,506.17
Accrued Interest
96,052.45
LIABILITIES
Reserve for Unpaid Bills, etcfc.......... 30,000.00
Hue Companies, Agents, etc........,.."........ 2^126.39
Capital Stock
...1,000,000.00
Set &mB&m
4,016,480.21 5,016,480.21
Net Premiums Written in 1916—99,101,345.59
Ag»ta to Brery Locality.
Writes All Classes of Insurance* it
Losses Faiiiy and PiemgUy Aijnlii
THE CATHOLIC BULLETIN, JANUARY 27, 1917
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3,347,982.67
912,310,993.09
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5,864,445.59
1,247,740.90
150,000.00
*12,310^03.09
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Facts About Minnesota
Minnesota has 10,000 lakes.
Its area is as large as England, Scotland and Wales.
If populated as thickly as Belgium it would have 55,000,
000 people.
It would take an elevator 185 feet high, covering a 40
acre tract, to hold the cereal crop of one year in Minnesota.
If the money paid farmers for their crops was in silver
dollars it would make a pile 72 feet high, covering a rod square
and weigh 5,387 tons.
If paid in $1 bills they would cover more than 520 acres
of land.
A tub which could hold all the butter made in Minnesota
in one year would have' to be 140 feet in diameter and 120
feet deep.
The milk produced in Minnesota each day would fill 800
vats 20 feet long, four feet wide and three feet deep.
About $45,000,000 worth of pork is produced annually
^from 1,430,000 hogs.
More than 40,000,000 bushels of potatoes are produced each
year with a market value of more than $10,000,000.
The Minnesota hen produces enough eggs each year to
make one vast shell 20 feet long and 16 feet in diameter,
worth $30,000.
If the value of the eggs is added to those of chickens sold
for food the total income from poultry will reach $15,000,000
annually.
More ore is produced in Minnesota than in Germany
twice as much as England, and three times, the quantity of
France and Spain.
Minnesota produces more than one-fifth of all the flour
manufactured in the United States, more than 80,000 barrels
a day being turned out in one city alone.
Value of all state products, farming, mining and manu
facturing, is estimated at $600,000,000, or more than the value
of the gold and silver production of the entire world.
Enrolled in the public schools are 475,000 children, in
charge of an army of 17,000 teachers, directed by 500 super
intendents and principals and 86 county superintendents.
Nearly $20,000,000 is spent annually for schools and edu
cational purposes.
—St. Paul Daily News.
American Beauty Confectionery Co.
Stock kept fresh
Sweets for the sweet
Sweets sure to repeat
D. LAMBRAKIS, Manager
"THE STORE OF DISTINCTION"
Attention la Invited to the possibilities which oar beautiful Messanlne
Balcony offers for Theatre Parties and Afternoon Teas.
We Trill be pleased to prepare for such parties on twenty-four hours' notice.
Ask for Mr. Lambrakls if special arrangements are desired.
CANDY DEPARTMENT
Pure in making:
Cleanly handled
1
Sweets foremost in flBSror
Sweets foremost in favor
Also a fall line of Park & TUford'S
candles. A myriad of different de
signs and styles of boxes, some
hand painted on silks and satins,
others daintily woven wicker.
FLORAL DEPARTMENT
Your money for flowers
YouH think wisely spent,
As yon measure
The pleasure
When our flowers
Are sent.
Wish flowers
Try ours
Best buy
That's why
Quality ahead
Huff-said
Flowers for all occasions. Funeral
designs 91.00 and up. In charge of
an expert.
SODA DEPARTMENT
Drinks dispensed by experts only. Oar fountain has the latest facilities
for dispensing sodas, sundaes and all refreshing hot and cold drinks. This
betintlfnl Mexican, panel effect onyx counter is the flrst of Its kind to be
built in this country and the working parts are the ideas of Mr. Lambrakls.
We invite the public to inspect the workmanship of this beautiful fountain.
We also serve light luncheons In connection from 10 A. M. to 11:30 P. M.
at a very nominal cost. Get the habit at our fountain.
DELICATESSEN AND FANCY PASTRY.
This department to be open soon. We will take charge if you plan a
luncheon—furnish the service, floral decorations, etc., at a very nominal cost.
We supply fancy ice cream, frappe and refreshments for all lodges,
churches and private entertainments.
"THE STORE THAT IS AND DOES DIFFERENT."

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